Walking to work, I spied this lonely boot, by the side of the alley way. Why just one? I wondered about its owner all day. Submitted to the Photo Friday challenge ‘One‘.
Walking past the National Museum of Scotland on Chambers Street, I was struck by how modern the rear of a building for preserving the past is.
They say the best camera is the one you have on you, so here’s a fun one from my iPhone and using the Tilt Shift Generator app. This is Waverly station in Edinburgh, from the mezzanine/walkway. Submitted to the Photo Friday challenge ‘Little’.
These two zebras were entwining their necks, oblivious to their human spectators. This was my son’s first trip to a zoo (and our first time at Edinburgh Zoo), and far better than my memories of zoos as a child. The animals had more land to roam in, and there was much more focus on endangered …
A shop display on Multrees Walk, Edinburgh. The first thing I noticed was no prices on display! I’m glad I mostly wear hiking shoes.
The same evening as before, but in colour with bracketed exposures to capture the dynamic range.
The same evening as ‘Spanning the Firth of Forth’, but looking west from South Queensferry.
The Forth Rail Bridge on a beautiful evening in South Queensferry. I used 3 exposures, each 2 stops apart and merged to keep the dynamic range.